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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 2 October 1850

V A Letcisburg Chronicle. ;. The old IStli! ! Mr! 3itor Ilja a common- paving ip ihc present Congressiooaf campaign as it has loco in Jie. campaigns past ffcaj this District belong to the Democrats -that ll.cjr have an :di-iiited and undoubted majority here, tic. , h proof, they refer to I he fact that on S:ate Tickets merely, they generally carry a majority. . Put these are local, not JWtlionat, issues.' low is it on the National issues I al . lege and refere lo the Documents" for proof that it has always been on the Pro tectire Tariff side of National politics, tiiucc its formation. When John Snyder was elected to Con gress, no one doubted but he sidt'd with hi FaiTier and other old Democrats on that iVsuc. But when it was found he took (he Free Trade side of the question, they re jected him, and elected Gen. Frick a Tar iff IVIiig. Again, John SnydtT was run as a Free Trader and defeated by James Pollock a Tariff Whig. Next. Gen. IVtriken, nn Anti-Tarjff I'cmncrat, was run by the...

Publication Title: Lewisburg Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 2 October 1850

Old Crimea la Dead! Of all the old "songs and nt1 io the recollection of thai venerable and respect ed irrfhvidual "the oldest inhabitant. per hips none has possessed-a greater ahaie of notoriety than the one, the title of which head this paragraph. It hae been quoted in Vtt kinds of enrcches, referred to in all species ol arguments,-and sung to all sorts of tunes ; and yet we venture to predict that not one in a thousand of those who repeated the intelligence ol the melancho ly feet' of "Old Grimes' death, ever knew, with any degree of accuracy, what manner of man be was. In order that the public i. e. our public should not remain any longer in the dark as to the real character of an individual of such ex tensive note and imj-oitancc, we give the following descriptive verses, which are vouched for as h iug veritable, (although we doubt whether the picture would sell for 2000 sterling, as we are inlormed an old one of Charles I. painted by Vandyke, recently did, after being tossed a...

Publication Title: Lewisburg Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 9 October 1850

i T ? C 5 "jf .'. 3 15 rii'. ' a. s. 4 i v .- j " ft a EKHCOK) Editor. ;::LEWISBURG, UNION CO., PA., OCT. 9, 1850. 0. U. WORDEN, Printer. I S fl 'I- V JA TT--rr TTv . yT. TT. i W A -.-is- - S - in i,' 'j. 1 c.w . .. ? ... .1 ; .11-1 .;-.' : . . . . i ' - -.-' : .,;t ;.: . . .. i ..i . . . C VOiniDa . Vii., XV 0 ill Oof IM. 2. -i : ,r. -t i - ! . r...i The I wisbarr Chronicle iuJ very'.WetineUy.jno'auig fll Leniburg, lnion county. Pennsylvania. . ... , - TtBiis. f i.5U per yaar. for cash actually in advance; L,7a, paid uiihin three months i $2 if pjiil within the year ; $2,50 if not paid before the year expires ; single numbers, 5 cents. Sub-c.-iptioos (ut six m.inlh or less to be paid in advance. ,.ll)ikcuulinuaiicei , optional iih lie PuMUhir rxccpt when the year is paid op. . . Xdye rti q.u.U haudi'iiu-ly iiueileii a 50 cis per square one wek. Si for a month and $5 for New diggings are occasionally discover ed, but in all such rases hundreds stand ready to occupy them. now lead wa...

Publication Title: Lewisburg Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 9 October 1850

l.EWISBURG CHRONICLE AND WEST BRANCH FARMER Hi H. 0. BICKOK, Editor. O. V. WOBCEIf, Publisher. At $l,fl eaab la advance, f 1.7S In three months, $2 paid within the yaar. and 2,S0 at the end of the j car. Agents la I'hllade lphia V B Palmer ud E W Cut. IsCtrisbttrff, Ma. Wednesday Morning, October 9 se . "n...: '-jr.- T . ABVTBTIZE ! fcrwutom. A.lmfniMrfttnr. foV-Itr Otfiotrs. City Mid Country Merrbuita. MiUiuliicturt'iv. klMiHtoim. BuinfM Mfn all who wjhU to prmurc or to Amm of anylhmjc wooW do wvll to gr9 notice of the vim tiiroiiyti the -Leteiwlmrff Chrmide. Ttiiv iper ha -(rood umI inrreanittK circulation in cfunmunity contai Mine a 1uy a profMrti of active. ttolretit nroduorra, Km urn .-, and dealers a auj other In the Mat. ELECTldiriiEWS. Lewiseibu. 312 votes polled with the following result Oaral Cca.. Punpr.n. Wh!ir. 17S 41 1 slorieun, Eem., . 121 Aud'r Gen. Snvdi-r, Whig, 177 CS Diiutr, lrm.. 113 Iim'lCrB. Urndrrarn. nh!)b 171 77 llrawlcy. lVm.. M Congress. Ana twin. V IHQ 6...

Publication Title: Lewisburg Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 9 October 1850

I.UWISBUKC CliliOMCI.K AND WEST BRANCH F Three more dead bodies have been found in the river in th'n' neighborhood. 1 he first was a worhan apparently 5 years old, found on ibe itOih inn., near ihe shore 90 Shainokiii Island, between this place and Northumberland. An Inquest on the body was held the next day by Frederick lazarus, Esq., of this place. Her dress was a blue ground calico with a vine in it, nnd open in front. A boy was discovered ui Saturday last above Northumberland, and an Inquest iiHd by Esq. Cake ot th-it j place, yja oaturuuy u.iv.o.u, a little girl was discovered in the bottom of the river, several miles above Northum-b- rlaiid. These are no doubt some of the victims of the catastrophe at Necopec. unbury American. We learn that the burn, together with j SlAEMt .'LH1CM, VmOLESALE St RUTAIL SEALEB IK . Drug, Medicines, Chemicals, Dye Stuff, Oils, Glass Perfumery, Confectionery it Fancy Article. IV.Thomlon retains his thanks for the liberal patronage which he has rec...

Publication Title: Lewisburg Chronicle
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 9 October 1850

LHWiSUUilG CliHOKICl.iJ A Nil WEST UKAXCII t'ASiMKK II t t t 3 t A Dictionary Word, - ( John,' said n master lanncr in South Durham, the other tiny, 10 one of his men, bring in some fufl." ' ' John walked ofT. revolving the word in his mind, and returned with ihe pitchfork. ' " I doi.'t want this.' said the wonder ing tanner: l ani fuel. John.1 .'. !$. your pardon," replied the man : I ih night iou wanted something to turn over "he skins." ' Ami oil he went agnin.not a wlt'It wiser, but ashamed to confess his iimrnnre. Much meditating, as Lord ttrottgham wnul't s-iy.) lie m-xt pitched upon the be som, Khoulderin which he return d to the counlin-hnuse. I! is master was in pas sion. ' U'biil a stupi.l fls you lire, John," he xi-! ii i ti ; " I want 'ine slicks ni:d t-ha Inl- t.. lijjit the ti.e." " )l: h-h I'' reji-ii;r.l llie rustic ; " that uiiul yi ii want, is ii ? Why couldn't you Miy t-n nt first, iiinsii r, instind of usinjj a Ltme i d'rtiornry vordV' Ai d wish'ul to i-hcw il:i....

Publication Title: Lewisburg Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 16 October 1850

Volume VII., member 29. Whole Numlier 341. v H. C. HICKOZ, Editor, a N. WORDEN, Printer. LEWISBUKG, UNION CO., PA., OCT. 16, 1850. The Lcrtlsbur? Chronicle i jieJ cv.-ry WeJnesdjy morning at Lewisburg, Lnion ijunif . Pennsylvania. Icimv. fl.f.O per year, for cash actually in Jvanre; $1,75, ial within three months; $3 U paid williiu the year ; S !,50 if nt paid before the year ripirra ; single numbeia, 5 cent. Sub scitptiona lor six months or less la be paid in mivanre. Piscontiiiuanrca optional Willi the Publisher except when the irar is paid up. AJverliatneiiU hanJiinely inserted at 50 e: r equare one wk, $ 1 lur a month and -$'5 for a )ea ; a IcJuceJ price foe longer advert iaienl. Two squares, $7; Mercantile advertisement not .loediri); one-ftutth of a cclumn, quarterly, $ 10." t.'aruil advertisements and Job worts to be paid t,,r when Ranged in or delivered. All communications by miil must iome post j sid, accompanied by the address of the writer, to n teive attention. TiiO. rel...

Publication Title: Lewisburg Chronicle
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 16 October 1850

KEWISBURG CIIRONICL.K AND WEST BRANCH FARMER m mum. H. C. HICXOK, EH.fo. , O. H. WOHDEM, FeblUhef. At $1 J rwah la awiwa: r-t.TS In tb- m-witha, J? paid within Mm rnr, ui fiSt. at tb rat fit 0 rw Araota IB PhiiaJ.lr.nta-.-V W talrrr mxr W fair. Z,etrisburff, Pa, We&te'sciay Morning, October 16 . DTERTTZE ! Enrrnlor., A''mli,i,tmtor. PnMir rra. CUt sti4 Cnnutrr Mm-hanta. Manufurtun-ra. arhaaka, ttnnnra M...i all aim wi-li to prurure or to diapoar of amlliini. .x.ti! .to well to Riir tintira- of the anw through the -IsKU'mn, lnKtr." Tliin napvr hw rood and incn-aainc emulation in a romiuunilv contai tunn aa larra a proiiortWm of artiia, aoltrnt producin, avsrumor, and dvalrri, aa any cthir in th Stat. TO OURJMTRONS. The present 5s the most favorable season lint only fur reading, Lut for procuring subscriptions for Newspapers and to all nho think the ThVoiiielc" deserving of rupvrT, -ire offer this inducement until the Tst of January : Ecery jimii snliscrilx-r trho trill teevre ano...

Publication Title: Lewisburg Chronicle
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 16 October 1850

L.EW1SKUKC. CllROXICI,K AM) WEST BRANCH FABMEli Foreign News. ARRIVAL OF STEAMER EUROI'A. ' 7 M. 11-A. M. r Euro,, arrived ; nu.mmn sh.. " morning- ww .. .. II Korfe. IM. 11 The royal K3 WP Vre alter nine o'clock tiiis .' .1 .J 1 .l. iLm ii,,w,, " " l,v the Atlantic. The political nes nf the past meek is fi m n r The President of the French R-public. .1 tms, is not y-t done boJtday-artaking. lie has been reviewing the troops on the plain of Sartoro, nt Versailles. This w Mtid i" be in bonor of the Nepaulese am- bassador. It was a splendid military dis- blav. Spain. Advices from Madri dare to the 20' h. They contradict ihe statement that Lord ..... 1. r j . 1 .1 nowoen aaa recanuy reiuseo 10 nine hi ihe French Imbassador. A second in- rita'i in not having been 'en' Ins Lordship Ii the reason why he di I not accept ihe first. i di; .rnce from Barcelona lo Valencia 'isd fuilen over a n eipice near Xapeso, !y which fourteen passingtrs, the j;uurd, postillion, ami horses were killed. Ger...

Publication Title: Lewisburg Chronicle
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 16 October 1850

LEWISBURG CHRONICLE AND WEST BRANCH PABMEK tiJit curt t)tunor. Terrible Affair. Two women, living in tire neipliuorhood vt the gas works, losing ihcir tquaniinity over that ever fruitful source of female dis cord, the hydrant, hsu a desperate encoun ter on Wednesday, in which caps and curl, ribbons and ruflles were torn from end scattered about (he persons of these Amazons, wi'h an utter disregard of all consequences. At 1 ngth the prostrate figure of one lady onder the pump pro claimed the triumph of her nntsgonist, who by threatening to shoot, and the actual production of a weapon, succeeded in bring ing her fair rival down in a swoon. This under means, .however, if carrjing the il.iv kikpsih1 the nrnnrietv of a nrosecu i . , tion for threatening to shoot, and the mat - ler was brought before, Squire Snel baker, v.h VltwK..a arv.-M, 1 j yesterday. Dui.i'g Jhe progress of the, IcsWmony Jor 4 btate, an exlraordmary - sT -- a - -i. IT a 1 sen.'.iiion wa ptoduo d in the i ifice, by th...

Publication Title: Lewisburg Chronicle
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 23 October 1850

LEW SBtllG 2 I B ' I :J(L;S & OH 110 1 I A 'r E C. HICKOZ, Editor, a If. WORDEN, Printer. LEWISBURG, UNION CO., PA., OCT. 23, 1850. Volume VH, ICcmLer CO. WLolTflcinSer 342. very WeJrjeedjy morning at Lewi.burg, Union wanly, Pennsylvania. Tna. 11.50 per yr. for eah actually in advance; $1.76,iJ wilhin three month; $ tf paid within the year ; $1,60 if not paid before the year expire ; single number, S cent. Sub scriptions for six wombs or leu to be paid in advance. Discontinuance! optional with lh Publisher eicr-p.when tbe year is paid op. Advertisement handsomely inserted at SO eit per square one week, $ 1 for a month and $6 for a year ; a reduce J price lor loogfr advertisements. Two Muares. a7 ; Mercantile suvenisemenis nni ricreding one-fourth ofa column, quarterly, $10. Casual adveniseroent and Jab work to be paid lor when handed in or . livered. All communication by mail rnu-t come post' raid, accompanitd by the sjdreasof the writer, to receive attention. Tho.-e relating ex...

Publication Title: Lewisburg Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 23 October 1850

LEWISBURG CHRONICLE AND WEST BRANCH FARMER m 1111111:. H. 0. HlCEOK, Editor. O. H. WORDEIf. Publisher. At -h io a.lv.n. ?1.T in tlirr, month.. S paid wuhia llu yr. and ' Uie end of the .r. Apt-nt. in l-hil..Mi hj-V P ' E y c.rLJ Lctvisburo, Fa. Wednesday Morning, October 23 ADVERTIZE ! F.xiriltr. A"lmiliMrfr. Public iMn.-..r.Citv.ni.lCouum' M.Tvliaiit. Manufacturcri-. K-rh.,uk-. tiui-tinv M.-n all who wMi I" rrwirv r to .i,f.. ..f auvtliin. wotitJ do w..l m riv.- ni.Ure of the urn- IliP.n-h Uic -UtrUv rw. " Ti W La TXStZZm'mmnny ..ti-1 n?.. ft rrtn nUTRANO I 1 U UUfk r I ttUHvB TU i-n sint Is tlie iwwt favorable season, tint only for ri nding, but for procuring mWripti'Uis f-r N"iviuijHTs and to all uh think tv rhronirlo' deserving of tm-'.ort, wo oJut tliis indaecnivnt until the j.tviiiimn fur olitaiuiiig a new subscriber, is ' -Hl:1lKtI'iMT.NTS. " Billy" writes on an interesting subject, , j,,t we cant give him a hearmjr un.ess J h t uives if., ronul- nlnira, his real nauii', , ' ...

Publication Title: Lewisburg Chronicle
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 23 October 1850

l.KWISBUUG Ciiu6iCI.K AND VESFBKANCH :F A1IM EIC FROM CALIFORNIA. f. ... (...i.rrwnt C.'itv arrived at 1 lit-. r Ne York from Uiagres on .h S n Franco i.eus tip to Se..t. 15. f.:c C. C. brought S2 passengers, and $1 000,000 in gold dusl ia the hands of passengers, and 822,600 in freight. BuHars are plenty in San Francisco, p,e collectors of taxes Irom foreign miners vovc not been verv successful. Up to the 27 h Abgust, about one thousand suitenng jir.ir inis have been received at Pldcer f. The mirlality among them was in .r.-asirg ; many of the emigrants daily fill n . i .-ii.ns of diarrl tut and lever. The ;,.r'ioti Journal mentions a report that j Mr . I'acheco. the iiintleinnu from whom; : well kr.om n S.iuihem I'ass takes its linnie, has been murdered in the mines. JV Squatter Excitenirm has altogether t jb-ided, and it i probable that there will n i furllier disturbances on that question. Murders arc st.ll trquent, and a severe i'h a considerable ! ss on both .. its, Imd been f...

Publication Title: Lewisburg Chronicle
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 23 October 1850

IjEWISBUUG chronicle and west branch farmer iDit croft ijjumor. O'Oonaell and his Reporter!. Anxious as he was to be reiiorteii in England, ihere were occasions when O'Connel preferred that what he said should not be primed there. Of this an arousing anecdote ha been given. O'Connell was on a visit to Ireland, and indulging in long sj-eeches of a most " combustible character." when the Gov ernment thought fit to send oer some short hand wriiers to lake dowo the ha rangues. The first appearance of the Government reporters was at a meeting at Kantuak. The genilemen were English men (says the story.) and belonged to Mr. GurnexV reporting staff". They came on the platform, and introduced themselves to Mr. O'Connel. He shook them by the ham!, and saiJ to those around them, Nothing can be done here un'il the gen tlemen are offered every requisite accom modation." This n at once provided, and having assured Mr. O'Connel that they were "perfectly ready," and well provided for, he can e forw...

Publication Title: Lewisburg Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 30 October 1850

LEW CHROK I; C. HICKOK) Editor, a N. WORSEN, Printer. LEWISBUBG, UNION CO., PA., OCT. 30, 1850. Volnme VH, Mnmoer 31. Whole Kumber 343. SB II TM -TT TI JmM sssflsssssa-saaataaM W W mmBLmm ,t r ssssssTi I ' a W . . I .. f 'li.llMlrlil tm imiihI ! tvery Wednexliy morning at Lewislrar;, L'uioii sounty, Pennsylvania. Teaas. $ 1 .50 per year, for cash actually in fcjvaiirti $1,75, paid within lhr.-e months ; $2 If uaiJ within the year ; $ J,0 if not paid bcfora ihe year expires single numbers, 5 cents. Sub scriptions for aii months or less to be paid in advance. Discontinuances optional with Ihe 1'uMither except when the year is paid up. AJvenisrmenU bandrumcly instiled at 50 cts ' per squire one wn-k. $1 'r a month and $5 for; inr inlurril nrire for Inner sclierlisement. ' Ts.o1uarea.7;Mciiileadvertimeiits n. I. - f .1. .." . -.!..... .1 .ii.srtD.lw Vlll 1'a.aial .jlviriiiu'ment and Jtiii work la be Daid for when ban Jed in or delivered All communication by null miil come post paid, acc...

Publication Title: Lewisburg Chronicle
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 30 October 1850

IjEWISBURG CIIKON.CL.K ANI WEST BltANCII FARMER The Farmer. The Potato Rot. This disare, liich until ihe late heavy nine, had only appealed in certain locali ties, has become general throughout Ihe country. In Snowshoe, where the crop i tnsimtiy of the finest quality, and in I'enn Valley, symptoms of rot appeared early ii the season, but it ws tho'i until receoily (fiat other dUtrieu had escaped. Since thi rains, however, which accompanied the autumnal equinox, the disease has spread with furh tapidity a to render it extremely doubtful mhether enough ill be saved Tor rext tear's planting. Bellefonte 'Whig,' 1 9th. Thrjl'otato Hot, (saya ihe Kingston N. Y.J Courier,) has devastated the county ol (JUter. It is remitrked. that while in the low lands ( U the crop ii crtmp'etely des t roved, ihe up'and is generally safe. The i flVrence i attributed to tl.e wet season. C?I'i parts ol Union county, the crop of Potatoes is exctllenl in all respects on tome farms, while other farmers near ha...

Publication Title: Lewisburg Chronicle
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 30 October 1850

Nctos & Notions. Great A '- Mr. Jolm Vanhooser, of J tfWson county. Tennessee, died el his (ejiJonce about Ine lt August, aged m kundred and twenty two ytar$. He had mud for every .'resident ol the U. S. Did you ever know a dandy lo accom p.ih much to Ihe world esrept cheat the a ior and make a fool ol himself 1 A new Post R.ule has been established feet ween the county sea's of Columbia and S,i livan. stiplin;i Lioht Street. Urattjie t;l!e. IVa'crV, Benton, and Cole Creek jKNt-ofiiilH. Tne "National" Wliy-i of NVw York a' ,hi ir Uti a (JotivPti'ion re nominated the Whi;: Sl:ilc Ticket already m the fit Id. Alft.ho' clothes bruh ceb-braled lor fc-j!ro iitg the coats of the stomach. An Ami Rent esse in Sullivan Co., N. Y., has re.-en ly been de.ided a-rninsl the claim und princip'es of the Ami Renters. 0 ,0 of lh 0;:,'s, newspapers thus t urn up the American news. I i Ameii-ra, Prof. Webster has been ex-ruted. and Jenny Ltnd received with ii; cwiisical eiilhuiinsm." WisconsVs "no...

Publication Title: Lewisburg Chronicle
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 30 October 1850

LEWISBURG- CHRONICLE AND WEST BRANCH FARMER t 9&On her way from Boston to Pbila d rlpbia, Jenny Liud tstopi over night at Bridgeport, Conn., where Mr. Itanium resides ; and the Vankec Editor of the Bridgeport Stnmhjrd thus facetiously chronicles the important event. Arrival cf Jenny. WeTl. we aeen hrr Tu. we did. It ww nine orlfM-fc t niftit; Stat cloud the axurv hid And thr Bxxm wtw Fhinriv.; 1riftt ' Wbrn we m her. tlie UiiuturuU Jenny lind. Front a common rati enr portal. As Tat would mv t mi her rather dimly, Ynr the idiadowa 611 tn primly rom tlie car and thiDjr around ; And bT Umm-t and her veil Weir an cTc-nrof ewat ef mail. 1 hile theVrmoke fnra out the rail Hcmd .oeninM.iri fc ehimMy, ft in the ataci hcr.- abound We did not eve a taturc f Ui r--M-h.-inui -rentnre. inr cmtch a wntle nmde from m-r Hp; or did we meet a slam- From thouc eye that r entrance, l;ut tliat hat, ad and ail, Md Iht comf'TU'Me il:twl, 1 hal in yrarefal Mi li. fit.!, 'tr ht-r bo and wait, and iiipsl...

Publication Title: Lewisburg Chronicle
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 6 November 1850

CLE --., Volume TIL, ButSbu 31 H. C. HICKQg, Editor, a N. WORDEN, Printer. LEWISB URG, UNION CO., PA., NOV. 6, 1850. Whole Humber 344. RG LEW B CH RON The tewlsbarg Chronicle i iueJ iftty Wedne-Jiy morning at Lavrisburg, Union sounty. Fennylania. Tmm. $1 50 r jreir. for cah actually in d.snee.; $1.75. jui J within thru month ; $2 V til within the year ; $:.50 if nut paid More lha r eipire ; single numbeis, 5 cent. Sub ciiM:on for ii monthi or lea to be paid in Wnre. Discontinuance opionl with the i'uMi.her ricept when the rear I aid up. Advertiscoiei.U handsomely incited t 50 C- per -Uare one rk. month and $5 for a year ; a reduced price for longer advertim-ient. Twumjuaxe, $7; Mercantile advertisement not vicerdiiig one.fi.urlh of a eclumn, quarterly, $10. t'aiu-il adeeriisemenU and Jab worn to be paid fur when banded in or d.lieered. All romniunicatiori by m-iil mut come potl paid, accompanied by the ad "re nf the writer, to receive atteminn. Those rrlaling eicIuMvely to llie edit...

Publication Title: Lewisburg Chronicle
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 6 November 1850

The Farmer. From the Sew York Worki,tg farmer. ECONOMY IN WINTERING ST0CX The following practical article is from the Vermont (semi weekly) Eagle, and de serves'to be republish d m every paper in the Union. If our readers will follow the ndv.ee of Mr. Tufts, and at the same time nuke proper use of root-rops as explained in the letters of Messrs.JCampbell, Mason and others, in our former numbers, they will then reach the maximum ofexccllence in wintering stock. The false philanthro py so often urged in favor of giving exer- - :' . p-..;.. r.ttln. is onlv rnualled in vi-e hi ioiiii v.... , folly by those over: nice boisewifcs who acr jb their barkings from motives ol clean liners 3 According to the report of the Commis sioner of Patents for 1848, Vermont pro- duced 1.400.000 ton, of hay, .which at 5 j j.i- .... .mn,,n, In S7J100.000 do'- ! dollars a ton amounts to $7,000,000 do' lars. This is by far the most important crop to the farmer, and if by any means a more economical method of...

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